DonkeyBlonkey, post: 7651039, member: 36396 wrote:
I'd recommend you use a hairdryer to remove the original top panel artwork.
The heat will help you significantly when you're pulling off the default/stock artwork off the SFxT Pro.
Other than that, if you know how to disassemble an SFxT Pro Stick, what you stated is good.
Belobog, post: 7651547, member: 79630 wrote:
I know I shouldn't really be concerned with swapping art, let alone buying an arcade stick with how uninitiated I am when it comes to fighting games, but I've just ordered the SCV Madcatz and was thinking of changing the artwork. My only real concern in doing so is that I'm not sure if the image I've put together will come out alright. What can I do to make sure the printed image is not going to end up looking too low-res? Or if it looks good enough on my monitor is that what I should expect? (Sorry for the dumb/basic question, just don't want to wait on it to ship and have it end up half-decent if I could have sorted it out beforehand)
Nilok, post: 7655944, member: 32768 wrote:
So the SFxT Pro and the Evo Pro are for all intents and purposes the same stick, right? I'm just wondering if I were to order art and a plexi for the SFxT stick it would fit the same way.
That and while I have the attention of all you readers, is there anything else I should know about this stick? I read the SFxT stick has a screw that was over exposed and some found uncomfortable. is that true for the EVO and are there any other weird little quirks? I have a HRAP3 that I like and already tricked out a few years ago, but I felt like it was time to add to the collection.
scrazm, post: 7666858, member: 77814 wrote:
Hi! I just came to give Art some props for his customer service. I've been in touch with him via email and he's beem a huge help in figuring out how to use his Tek series as part of a custom build. Super friendly and informative. Thanks, Mr. Hong!
Tensho, post: 7712093, member: 21038 wrote:
Does the 1/32" acrylic have any other benefits over the 1/16" one? Or it's just slimmer?
Gorilla White, post: 7715049, member: 20280 wrote:
I believe its slimmer so you can use it with artwork.
ComradeTao, post: 7753230, member: 17077 wrote:
Does anyone have any side pictures of the 1/32" plexiglass on a Fightstick Pro? I'm interested in picking one up but I want to see how much it raises the platform first. Thanks.
ChaoticMonk, post: 7758303, member: 11873 wrote:
Hey Art, do you do panel replacements for a TE-S using hitbox layout? Didn't see the option on the site so wasn't sure.
zaneiken, post: 7477559, member: 9213 wrote:
Here's one of my etched mirror plexis with black paper underneath:
RicePanda, post: 2877941, member: 14539 wrote:
Got my buttons in this morning, put it all together here:
My only issue with this is the little bump in the plexi in the top left. Tried the 'loosen the screws, flattening the area and then tighten the screws' many times to no avail, don't really wanna drill a new hole into the plexi/plate so I guess I'll just have to deal with it.
Akka, post: 7964172, member: 10826 wrote:
I'm wanting to do this with Mirror Purple Plexy but with Juri. Do you mind explaining what I need to do to my art to do this?
Is it even possible to get a clear plexi replacement panel for a Hori SCV due to the start bottom cover mechanism thingy?
anyone place an order recently? did everything go ok? hesitant to pull the trigger on an order considering the lack of contact